Fails to work in Lollipop Does not install at all in Lollipop and manual install execution fails due to position-independant executable issue. Please fix.
Help It doesn't work and it is the last thing i need, please fix this. I will give it 5 stats when fixed.
Nexus 5 works but... Running N5 stock 4.4.2, rooted, bb, custom kernel. OpenVPN installer doesn't work (cannot mount /system)... So I manually pushed "openvpn" to /system/xbin and set permission to rwxrwxrwx. Also I pushed "liblzo.so" to /system/lib with permission rw-r--r--. Now IT WORKS :)
Great Open VPN app I really like, but while it worked flawlessly on my Nexus S and Nexus 7 with CM, I am having trouble getting it to install on my new Nexus 5 (rooted and busy box installed). The log say it cannot mount /system in rw so the installation fails.
Meh Installer could not mount /system as RW, manual installation via adb worked, but VPN could still not connect: no errors, log file empty :-/ Same config works just fine with "OpenVPN Connect"...
Requires a manual installation To perform a manual installation you will require a root explorer such as Root Browser. Navigate to "/data/app/de.schaeuffelhut.android.openvpn.installer-1.apk/assets" and copy the file "openvpn-2.1.1-static-busyboxinsbin" to "/system/xbin". Afterwards rename the file to "openvpn" and set its permission to "rwxr-xr-x". Finally open the Openvpn Settings and it should detect the installation correctly. Done successfully in my SuperSu rooted Nexus 5 on 4.4.2
Fix an issue where openvpn binary using /system/xbin/ifconfig and /system/xbin/bb/ifconfig where swapped.
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